There are words that will never be made into emojis, because they are too nuanced or complex, writes Dr Pete Court.
By observing trends of the past, we can make predictions about the trends set to shape the future. Here’s what to expect in 2023…
OpenAI recently released an AI chatbot called ChatGPT which can write poems, essays and even computer code and it’s got everyone talking.
Stop giving out your money and personal information to anyone, take your time to think it through first, the ACCC is appealing to Aussies.
Uncorrupted by the trials of life, yet to become cynical, this kid innocently expresses his love for something as simple as corn covered in butter.
If you’re a person over 30, the smiley emoji says that you’re friendly. But if you’re under 30, the smiley emoji says you’re passive-aggressive.
No matter what sector or organisation you are part of, the key to a successful future is current and ongoing awareness and innovation.
Stephen McAlpine shares his reflections on the kinds of experiences we can expect from mission and ministry in the ‘Metaverse’.
After Will Smith’s infamous ‘slap’ incident at the Oscars, Stephen McAlpine reflects on his own humiliating moment, and the soul-searching that followed.
The type of homes people desire are changing and so is the composition of households. By 2041 we will have 13 million homes, up from 10 million in 2021.